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Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Quick question about starting some online classes?

I’m getting ready to start taking some online classes. I’ve narrowed it down to 3 majors.

*Marketing
*Business Administration
*Management Studies

Can someone tell me out of the 3 listed what would be a better choice. What types of jobs could I do with each? I want to Major in something that I can actually use and find a good job with.

*Marketing
Marketing careers are found in all types of industries, including manufacturing, wholesale and retail, transportation, insurance, pharmaceutical and health care, government and nonprofit organizations. Marketing jobs are found in advertising, sales, retail management, product marketing, marketing of services, public relations and electronic commerce. It has been estimated that over one-forth of the civilian jobs in the United States involve marketing activities.

*Business Administration
Retail Store Manager

Human Resources (HR) Manager

Operations Manager

Human Resources (HR) Generalist
Administrative Assistant

Executive Assistant

Office Manager

Human Resources (HR) Director

Project Manager, Construction

Customer Service Representative (CSR)

Project Manager, IT

Regional Sales Manager

Information Technology (IT) Manager

Controller (Financial)

Branch Manager, Banking

Account Manager Sales

Financial Analyst

Customer Service Manager

Human Resources (HR) Assistant

Marketing Manager

Staff Accountant

Director of Operations

General Manager, Restaurant

Personal Banker

Inside Sales Representative

Employment, Recruitment, or Placement Specialist / Recruiter

Production Supervisor, Manufacturing

Claims Adjuster / Examiner / Investigator

*Management Studies

Account Executive
Government Services Admin.
Media Planner
Bank Manager
Health Services/Hospital Admin Mortgage
Loan Officer
Benefits Manager
Hotel Manager
Occupational Analyst
Branch Mgmt-Any Industry
Human Resource Manager
Operations Manager
Budget Officer
Industrial Relations Director
Outside Property Agent
Commodity – Industry Analyst
Information Systems Manager
Payroll Officer
Communications Officer
Insurance Agent
Personnel Manager
Compensation Manager
Itnl. Business Manager
Personnel Recruiter
Construction Supervisor
Job Analyst
Promotions Manager
Consultant
Labor Relations Manager
Provisioning Manager
Credit Analyst
Loan Officer
Public Utilities Manager
Credit and Collections Mgr Management Analyst
Purchasing Agent
Employment Counselor
Management Trainee
Entertainment Agent
Manufacturing Supervisor
Quality Control Auditor
Financial Analyst
Market Information Specialist
Real Estate Agent/Broker
Foreign-Exchange Trader
Market Research Analyst
Recreation Manager
Restaurant/Food Service Mgr Media Planner
Reports Analyst
Retail Sales Manager
Stock Broker
Training Manager
Sales Manager
Supervisor
Transportation Director
Securities Trader
Telecommunication Marketer
Travel Agent
Service Org. Manager
Telecommunications Coord.
Trust Administrator
Wholesale Sales Rep.
Traffic Manager
Voice/Data Service Operations


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Universal Online Marketing Company

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Which physical store, not online store, sells Oh Boy! Oberto Beef Jerky Original in Tokyo Japan?

Would you please teach me a name and address of physical store, not online store, which sells Oh Boy! Oberto Beef Jerky Original if you would be so kind to me?

The sale’s:
Location: in Tokyo, Japan.

The Oh Boy! Oberto Beef Jerky Original’s:
Manufacturer: Oberto Sausage Company.
Universal Product Code-A (UPC-A): 028400030489.
URL: http://www.ohboyoberto.com/products/?cid… .

Reason of:
A. the asking:
1a. I would like to purchase the Beef Jerky.
1b. I miss the Beef Jerky.
2. I googled and sought the name and address, but have not found it.

B. the purchase from physical store in the Tokyo not from a store in the U.S.:
I don’t afford- cost for international shipment of the Beef Jerky- financially.

Thank you for your time and help for me!

Oberto Sausage Company does not sell their products in Tokyo. There might not be enough market for Beef Jerky there. They have a lot of other products that they sell almost exclusively in Washington.

Google Universal Search – Internet Marketing


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Online Marketing Szakértő

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

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Szakertőnk válaszol – Horváth Ernő tanácsadó – 1. rész: Facebook alkalmazások


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Online Marketing Business Plans

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

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Are there terms I should know about before I put up an online store?

I am currently planning to venture into an online business. I have already the products, the web designer, and the prospective hosting domain. Are there terms I should know about before putting up my online store?

Hi Patricia,

there are a lot more things to consider than the small space that yahoo is providing to give you a reasonable answer. It all depends really on your shop. Do you sell just in your country? Do you sell worldwide? What are your terms and conditions for sending items abroad? What are your policies on shipping and returns? What are your general terms and conditions? Who is your targeted group of costumers? How do I spread the word about my shop? What costs do I have for search engine marketing? Do I need marketing at all? How else can I attract more costumers to my shop? Newsletters? Vouchers? Discounts? Do I have to register for VAT? Do I need special licenses for particular sorts of products? (you didn’t mention what products you sell) Those are just a couple of things to be considered when your shop has opened. As somebody above already mentioned, what pay processor do I choose? Should I have more than one? You wrote that you have a web designer, he or she should already be aware of such questions and will certainly be able to help you with this.

I wish you all the success and I congratulate you to your decission to get into e-commerce.

Best Regards,

Ralf
www.succeed2sell.com


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Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

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How do I go about starting a resume writing business?

I have been helping people write resumes & cover letters for over 4 years now and am thinking about doing it on the side for extra cash. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can go about this and where to advertise?

Resume writing and job career counseling are thriving businesses because of the increasing competition in the labor force out there. You don’t just need a CV, but you need a killer CV that will get you a job interview and land you the job.

If you are interested in starting a resume writing business, here are some articles that can give you information

Start & Run a Profitable Resume Service http://www.savvychicks.com/resumesp.html
How to Start a Resume Writing Business http://www.homebiztools.com/ideas/resume_writing.htm
Start a Resume Writing Service for Profit http://ezinearticles.com/?Start-a-Resume-Writing-Service-for-Profit&id=48964
Start a Resume Writing Business http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art11639.asp
Make Money With Your Own Resume Service http://www.ezau.com/latest/articles/0257.shtml

To find clients, here are some of the best ways:

– College job placement offices – a great market as graduating students need to do their resumes so you need to either put a flyer or your business card or even post your ad in their college newspaper
– Local employment services offices
– Ask your friends to refer your services to others
– Consider getting a website. It can serve as an online brochure for your services and can also help you market your services
– Do press releases in your local newspapers or on the Web.

You may consider getting professional certification from the Professional Association of Resume Writers & Career Coaches http://www.parw.com/home.html . This organization provides the Certified Professional Resume Writer Credential (CPRW). Another organization is the National Resume Writers Association and they offer the Nationally Certified Resume Writer credential (NCRW) http://www.nrwa.com/ , the industry’s first master-level, renewable certification. Clients know that they will be dealing with a professional and expert in the field if they see you belong to an association and professionally certified

Experiment with finding a niche. Rita Fisher, for example of Mom Resumes http://www.momresumes.com/ is focusing on moms returning to the workforce — which seems to be a very good niche given the number of moms doing this.

I suggest you read the following books to give you more information about th business

Job Coach-Life Coach-Executive Coach-Letter & Resume-Writing Service: Step-by-Step Business Startup Manual by Anne Hart
How to Start a Home-Based Resume Business, 2nd (Home-Based Business Series) by Jan Melnik
The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search: The Proven Program Used by the Worlds Leading Career Services Company by Orville Pierson
Shortcut Your Job Search: The Best Ways to Get Meetings (Five O’Clock Club)
Resume Magic: Trade Secrets of a Professional Resume Writer by Susan Britton Whitcomb by Kate Wendleton (Paperback – Aug 18, 2005)


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Oneupweb Online Marketing Podcast

Monday, February 27th, 2012

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Tourism Online Marketing Conference

Monday, February 27th, 2012

How can I raise money for heritage tourism in Kerala?

NAMASTE

Step 1: Identify your unique strengths:
What are the TOP 10 tourism attractions in your region. Be Specfic and rate them – from 1 to 10. If someone could only be there for 10 days – what MUST they see, experience, eat, visit?

Step 2: Identify your target market
Who are the TOP 1000 persons who control the inbound tourism market into Kerala.: 1000 people control the world’s tourism industry
These would be
A) OWNERS / CEOs of the world’s largest tour operators, online travel companies, (Expedia, Travelocity,etc), Travel agencies, and
B) Meeting Planners (for Corporate, Association, Convention, Incentive & Exhibition Markets) = also the opinion leaders – the
C) CEOs of the world tourism organizations such as ASTA, SITE, MPI, ASAE, ICCA, USTOA, Ecotourism Society, ADventure Travel Society
D) PRESS/ MEDIA – the travel industry media, from Travel Weekly Magazine, Successful Meetings Magazine – there are about 200 top TRAVEL INDUSTGRY editors / JOURNALISTs, who influence the articles, press coverage.

Step 3:
Package your product:
Create a
A) website which lists on the HOME PAGE:
TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS OF KERALA
make it EASY for client to know what is unique
B) Direct Mail Brochure – fits standard # 10 size envelope
C) TradeShow Display – popup -e asily assembled disply to take to tradeshows
D) Banner to use for exhibits
E) 5 MINUTE maximum!! video of the top 10 Attractions of Kerala

Step 4:
Identify the Marketing Channels -the best way to get the MARKETING MATERIALS – above brochure, website, etc -into the minds, hearts and hands of the TOP 1000 Clients
There are 12 Marketing Channels:
Advertising, Direct Mail, Special Events, Tradeshows, Memberships, Speaking Engagements, Public Relations, Direct Sales, Online Marketing, Strategic Alliances, Newsletter, Promotions,

Use the best mix of the 12 channels- HINT – spend Least amount of MONEY on ADVERTISING – don’t be swayed mislead by ad agencies, magazines who want all your money. BIGGEST mistake -throw money into advertising !!

Step 5) MONEY:
Cost out all of the above,
money needed to do the research, create the marketing materials, use the marketing channels,postage, mailing, tradeshow fees, membership fees, etc
(Example: $500, 000 needed to launch campaign, pay for staff, office in NYC, Washington DC, and key markets, Direct mail, videos, brochures, etc)

STEP 6) TIME:
Come out with a 12 month calendar of ACTIONS; THE ACTION PLAN – which happens first – what are deadlines for tradeshows, what conflicts, what are dates for professional membership organizations annual conference, What are dates for the monthly meeting for SITE’s NYC Chapter lunches? BE SMART – know all the dates in the TOURISM INDUSTRY and work backwards – fit your campaign into existing timeframe, avoid conflicts.

Step 7) IDentify Top 10 Marketing Partners;
Who will benefit from a ll of the above work?
Who MAKES MONEY From INCREASED Tourism to KERALA?
Will will get MORE business by doing a 12 month marketing campaign?

STEP 8) : RAISE THEMONEY TO FUND THE CAMPAIGN:
Take the cost of the campaign (Example; $500,000) a nd split between 10 partners – each puts in $50 K
Show them the benefits – the estimated increase of TOURISM, direct sales of their HOTELS, Tours, Museum Fees, park fees, etc . Identify other sources of Funding- Grants from LOCAL, STATE< NATIONAL and INTERNATIONAL Organizations - United nations, World Bank, USAID, etc Step 9) TRAIN THE INDUSTRY - Get Top 100 Public and Private Sector Tourism Players in your region together in ONE Room and Present Campaign to them = Motivate by FEAR -: their competitor will do this !! a nd GREED - they can make lots of money doing this !! STEP 10 ) Set Date to LAUNCH the Campaign: First with Press Conference in NYC - where 99% of all Travel Magazines are located. followed by a sales blitz to Washington DC - where 99% of all CONVENTION PLANNERS are located, Step 11) _ START _ actually do this STEP 12) HIre Scott West Marketing Consultant to guide you through each and every step of this process - YOU SAVE MONEY By avoiding costly mistakes. SMALLER YOUR BUDGET the SMARTER your marketing must be. IF not YOU ? Then WHO will do this? YOU have the power and ability to change the lives of everyone in your region. ECONOMIC Development FOLLOWS tourism Development, The CEOS, and top Executives have to visit FIRST before investing in Factories, Offices, etc. YOu are asking the right questions - which shows a willlingness to learn - So many people are AFRAID to ask for help. God Bless, Namaste, Salaam Aleikum Scott


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Monday, February 27th, 2012

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who own “yahoo!” every body know’s yahoo! but who owns it?

every body knows yahoo! but who owns it?

The History of Yahoo! – How It All Started…
Yahoo! began as a student hobby and evolved into a global brand that has changed the way people communicate with each other, find and access information and purchase things. The two founders of Yahoo!, David Filo and Jerry Yang, Ph.D. candidates in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, started their guide in a campus trailer in February 1994 as a way to keep track of their personal interests on the Internet. Before long they were spending more time on their home-brewed lists of favorite links than on their doctoral dissertations. Eventually, Jerry and David’s lists became too long and unwieldy, and they broke them out into categories. When the categories became too full, they developed subcategories … and the core concept behind Yahoo! was born.

The Web site started out as “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web” but eventually received a new moniker with the help of a dictionary. The name Yahoo! is an acronym for “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle,” but Filo and Yang insist they selected the name because they liked the general definition of a yahoo: “rude, unsophisticated, uncouth.” Yahoo! itself first resided on Yang’s student workstation, “Akebono,” while the software was lodged on Filo’s computer, “Konishiki” – both named after legendary sumo wrestlers.

Jerry and David soon found they were not alone in wanting a single place to find useful Web sites. Before long, hundreds of people were accessing their guide from well beyond the Stanford trailer. Word spread from friends to what quickly became a significant, loyal audience throughout the closely-knit Internet community. Yahoo! celebrated its first million-hit day in the fall of 1994, translating to almost 100 thousand unique visitors.

Due to the torrent of traffic and enthusiastic reception Yahoo! was receiving, the founders knew they had a potential business on their hands. In March 1995, the pair incorporated the business and met with dozens of Silicon Valley venture capitalists. They eventually came across Sequoia Capital, the well-regarded firm whose most successful investments included Apple Computer, Atari, Oracle and Cisco Systems. They agreed to fund Yahoo! in April 1995 with an initial investment of nearly $2 million.

Realizing their new company had the potential to grow quickly, Jerry and David began to shop for a management team. They hired Tim Koogle, a veteran of Motorola and an alumnus of the Stanford engineering department, as chief executive officer and Jeffrey Mallett, founder of Novell’s WordPerfect consumer division, as chief operating officer. They secured a second round of funding in Fall 1995 from investors Reuters Ltd. and Softbank. Yahoo! launched a highly-successful IPO in April 1996 with a total of 49 employees.

Today, Yahoo! Inc. is a leading global Internet communications, commerce and media company that offers a comprehensive branded network of services to more than 345 million individuals each month worldwide. As the first online navigational guide to the Web, www.yahoo.com is the leading guide in terms of traffic, advertising, household and business user reach. Yahoo! is the No. 1 Internet brand globally and reaches the largest audience worldwide. The company also provides online business and enterprise services designed to enhance the productivity and Web presence of Yahoo!’s clients. These services include Corporate Yahoo!, a popular customized enterprise portal solution; audio and video streaming; store hosting and management; and Web site tools and services. The company’s global Web network includes 25 World properties. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., Yahoo! has offices in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia, Canada and the United States.


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Monday, February 27th, 2012

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Online Marketing Cincinnati

Monday, February 27th, 2012

If I earn my degree online through a community college can I transfer later to earn my bachelors?

This might be really stupid to ask but when it comes to college things I am clueless. I don’t have the patience to wait until I can go speak with someone so I thought someone could answer me, maybe?
I am thinking of starting school online through Columbus State to earn my Associates in Marketing, but when I have completed that where am I able to go to earn my bachelors? Are my choices limited?
I was thinking of finishing up at the University of Cincinnati. If anyone knows anything about this any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
So then if I have an associates degree in marketing I can then take that and with two more years have earned a bachelors degree in marketing, say, at the Univ of Cincinnati? Thanks so much for your help by the way! Really appreciate it.

You won’t have any problems with transferring to an on-campus course. An associated earned in any way, whether online or on-campus, is the same value.

I know of people that completed online bachelor’s degrees and went on to medical and law schools. As long as the degree is from a legitimate ( regionally accredited) college, the degree has the same standing as one obtained on-campus. The degree will not state that you earned it by doing online classes. Online classes are now so prevalent, it’s just not any issue anymore ( except for a few backward employers – and you don’t want to know about them anyway).

Enjoy your learning journey!

Hope this helps.

Local Internet Marketing – Cincinnati Dentists


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